1. Retired Numbers

Make sure to check out all the retired numbers at Jayne Stadium including Super Bowl winner Phil Simms’ number 12. The retired numbers are a must-see for any longtime Eagles fan, and a great way to remember all your favorite players.

2. Eagle Rally Zone

The Eagle Rally Zone opens four hours before kickoff and is the best place to set up a tailgate at Morehead State. Here you’ll be at the heart of the action and get to tailgate alongside die-hard Eagles fans making it a fun place to tailgate before the game.

3. Morehead State Marching Band

The Morehead State band puts on a fantastic show at every game, so enjoy their performance during your visit. The band creates a lot of energy inside Jayne Stadium making them a can’t-miss part of any Eagles game.

4. Old Hawg Rifle

The Eastern Kentucky Colonels and Morehead State Eagles play for the Old Hawg Rifle when they get together. The rivalry dates back to 1924 when the Colonels defeated the Eagles 14-0 and has been one of Eagles’ biggest rivalries ever since. You won’t want to miss it when the Colonels and Eagles square off next, so make sure to get your tickets when Eastern Kentucky comes to town.

5. Beaker

The Eagles mascot Beaker gets into all kinds of shenanigans during the game making him beloved by fans young and old. Keep an eye out for Beaker as you never know what he’ll do next.

6. Pepsi Fun Zone

If you’re looking for some pre-game entertainment, then check out the Pepsi Fun Zone. The Pepsi Fun Zone features kids activities, and at select games, you can find live music and free food here as well. Stop by and check out the Pepsi Fun Zone before the game.

7. Cheerleaders

The cheerleaders pump up the crowd throughout the game, and as a result are a key part of any Morehead State football game. Join in their cheers and chants to show your support for the Eagles.

8. Souvenir Stand

Pick up a Morehead State hat or t-shirt during your trip to Jayne Stadium. The souvenir stand offers a wide selection of Eagles merchandise, so you won’t have to worry about leaving empty-handed.

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